ALBANY High School Guidance Center
Welcome to the Albany High School Guidance Website! We are sincerely invested in helping all students reach their academic, social and emotional potential. This website is designed to provide current and up to date information on programming and services provided by the guidance department.
Each fall, the Albany High School Guidance Department hosts a series of College Fairs.
Approximately, 100 New England area college representatives will be present to speak with potential students.
More information to follow.
Be sure to mark your calendar!
Wednesday, October 29th - 11am-1:15pm
Wednesday, November 5th - 11am-1:15pm
Are you a senior?
Have you taken your SAT or ACT?
If not, click here to register for the next SAT.
Click here to register for the ACT.
College Admissions Counselors share advice about college applications and more! Click here for expert advice.
FREE SAT Prep for AHS Students
We are pleased to announce that students studying to take the SAT exam now have access to a free online prep program through Naviance. Log in to Naviance or see your School Counselor for more information.
Congratulations Class of 2014!
Best of luck to you! Click here for a list of college acceptances for the Class of 2014.
Shhhh...Want to know the secret to SUCCESS in the 9th grade?
CLICK HERE to learn more about what you need to graduate!
To graduate from Albany High School, students must fulfill the requirements for a New York State (NYS) Regents diploma. Click here for the graduation requirements chart.
Clic aquí para obtener información acerca de la Universidad.
Welcome to the Latest College News! This brief newsletter is brought to you by the Guidance Department and is meant to provide you with up-to-the-minute developments about majors, concentrations, campus projects and other College and University updates. Click here to access the latest edition.
Ready to Learn MORE about College?!
Let's begin with your college vocabulary. Learn the basic college terminology and then quiz yourself to see how much you remember!